Because misery loves company, I’m right with you. I have 4 types of onions, all about one foot tall that are now getting droopy and look unhappy. The 48 lettuces and 25 spinach plants are stuck indoors because I’m worried about the transition out into the 32 degree hoop house. All the brassicas are just not growing with only very tiny true leaves. They haven’t died and look okay, but I think the cold in the garage is keeping them from growing.
Like you said, I have to get something outdoors so I can move the tomatoes, eggplants, and peppers seeding from the heat mat to under the light.
I find this spring seed starting routine one of the hardest things I do gardening. There are so many uncontrollable factors and baby plants seem more prone to injury and death than older plants.
Also, why do all the seed planting dates recommend starting parsley so early. I started my parsley in Feb and they are like 8 inches tall already. Could have waited a few weeks.
Hang in there.